Some 40 people have been charged in one of South Florida’s largest marriage fraud rings. The wedding ceremonies were set up to allow undocumented immigrants, many from Russia, to stay in the country. The women, many of them Cuban residents or citizens, were paid about $5,000 for the arrangements.
Some 40 people have been charged in one of South Florida’s largest marriage fraud rings. The wedding ceremonies were set up to allow undocumented immigrants, many from Russia, to stay in the country. The women, many of them Cuban residents or citizens, were paid about $5,000 for the arrangements. Miami Herald file
Some 40 people have been charged in one of South Florida’s largest marriage fraud rings. The wedding ceremonies were set up to allow undocumented immigrants, many from Russia, to stay in the country. The women, many of them Cuban residents or citizens, were paid about $5,000 for the arrangements. Miami Herald file

The weddings weren’t for love but to avoid deportation. Miami fraud ring revealed

December 08, 2017 01:25 PM